- DJ Shimza has donated 400 pairs of school shoes to kids in his community of Tembisa
- The entertainer joins a list of Mzansi stars who have donated school shoes to primary school pupils since public schools opened recently
- SJ Shimza's fans have praised him for his contribution towards the education of kids in his community
DJ Shimza has contributed to the education of the children in his community. The popular club DJ and musician took to social media recently to reveal that he has donated 400 pairs of school shoes to kids from Tembisa, Johannesburg.
Shimza joined a list of Mzansi stars who have played a role in making sure that Mzansi school pupils don't go to school barefoot when the public schools opened a few days ago.
Shimza posted a few snaps from the ceremony where he was giving away the much-needed school shoes. He captioned his post:
"Contributing to the education of the kids in my community. 400 shoes of hope."
Shimza's fans took to his comment section to praise him for his good deed. Check out some of the comments below:
"God bless you."
"May God shower you with more blessings."
"Dankie Shimza, God bless you."
"We appreciate what you are doing."
"God bless you Shimza! You did an audacious work broh!"
"Well done bro, charity begins at home. Re ya ba lebogela."
"May the Lord almighty bless you."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo has launched a school shoe drive project to help kids from three Mzansi schools.
The actor took to Instagram a few days ago and shared that he and his crew were sponsored by Uber Eats to donate school shoes in KwaNobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. The star captioned his post:
"Hello everyone. It’s back to school and we are doing a school shoe drive for three schools. The schools are in Kwa-Nobuhle, Queenstown and Tembisa. Our main sponsor @ubereats_za has donated the shoes and UberEats vouchers as well."
Somizi's hubby took to Instagram again on Tuesday, 16 February, a day after Mzansi public schools opened, to share that they donated some shoes to pupils at Mthonjeni Primary School. Mohale said:
"Yesterday was day 1 of our #BackToSchoolShoeDrive at Mthonjeni Primary School and 60 pairs of school shoes were successfully donated to the Grade 1s there."
The star's followers took to his comment section to praise him for the amazing initiative.
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